What is Commercial Roofing Re-Cover?
What types of roofs can be re-covered?
Most flat roof types can be recovered, provided the existing roof structure is in stable condition and there hasn’t been significant water damage. The roof must also have not been previously re-covered. A few examples of roof types that can be re-covered are: Asphalt roofing, Built-Up Roofing, EPDM, Modified Bitument, and Tar and Gravel roofs.
What types of roofs can Not be re-covered?
Flat roofs that have suffered water damage or have more than two existing layers of roofing surfaces cannot be re-covered and should be completely replaced. Additionally, if the decking has been compromised in multiple locations, the roof should be completely torn off. Sometimes, damaged decking is only in one area and an isolated tear-off can be performed.
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